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A focus of the ears&eyes record label

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This time around we focus on the excellent ears&eyes record label with a selection of brand new releases and music from their wonderful back catalogue Playlist Sebastián Greschuk “Lluvia Eterna" from Paisaje (ears&eyes records) 00:00 Alex Filip “Maebi" from El equilibrio secreto de las cosas (ears&eyes records) 07:19 Matthew Golombisky's Cuentos “Cuento #15" from ...

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Pedro Melo Alves, Rich Halley and more

Read "Pedro Melo Alves, Rich Halley and more" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

the sonorous tones of the double bass echo throughout this episode, highlighted by a double hit of Israeli bassist Shay Hazan with music from new releases by his quintet and sextet, Argentina's Juan Bayon as well as Tom Abbs, and Kyle Motl with Abbey Rader's West Coast Quartet. You'll hear tracks from new albums by Pedro ...

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Juan Bayon: Vidas Simples

Read "Vidas Simples" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

Bassist Juan Bayon has helped shape the sound of contemporary Argentinian jazz with Kuai Records. As well as recording his own music, he has kept himself busy running one of the most exciting new labels in modern jazz. However, his third album as a leader, Vidas Simples, is a brief departure from his ...


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